Buick has recalled more than 20,000 vehicles in the United States, Canada and Mexico, amid fears the automaker’s performance engine is prone to overheating.
The company said on Tuesday that it would issue the recall to fix a software issue that could cause the engines to stall.
“The problem is the ability to cool the engine to prevent the engine from overheating,” Buick said in a statement.
The automaker said it will replace the engines and take action if it detects any other issues. “
This issue has been identified and we are working with our suppliers to address this problem.”
The automaker said it will replace the engines and take action if it detects any other issues.
The cars were sold in the US, Canada, Mexico and Argentina.
The recall includes Buick models from 2017 and 2018, and the 2018 Buick Encore, Buick LaCrosse, Buicks Caprice, Buikings Volt and Buick Spark.
Buick sold more than 1.3 million vehicles globally in 2016, and it has been the subject of numerous recalls and recalls since the mid-1990s.